Grant Funding
  • Project title: Connecting Travelers to Reduce Energy Use in Transportation, Funding source: US Dept of Energy, Dr. Reed's role: PI, Years: October 1, 2015 - March 31, 2018, Amount: $1,576,345 (Subcontract to KU: $25,000)
  • Project title: Tobacco-Free KU. Funding source: Kansas Health Foundation, Dr. Reed's role: Co-PI, Years: 2013-ongoing, Amount: $25,000
  • Project title: Behavioral Economics of Indoor Tanning Addiction, Funding source:  KU General Research Fund, Dr. Reed's Role: PI, Years: FY2014, Amount: $4,000
  • Project title: Behavioral Technologies for Early Melanoma Detection: Translational Applications of Discrimination Training, Peak Shift, and Behavioral Economic Framing, Funding source: KU New Faculty General Research Fund, Role: PI, Years:  FY2013, Amount: $7,994.00


Dr. reed's Professional awards
  • Illinois State University Department of Psychology Early Career Alumnus Award, 2016

  • Division 25 (Behavior Analysis) of the American Psychological Association B. F. Skinner New Applied Researcher Award, 2016

  • Association for Behavior Analysis International (ABAI) Outstanding Mentor Award, 2014

  • Honoring Outstanding Progressive Educators (H.O.P.E.) Award Finalist, 2014

  • KU Center for Sustainability Faculty Leadership Award, 2013


Group Honors/Awards
  • 2014 Best in Show Poster Award (2014.) Yanagita, B. T., Becirevic, A., Kaplan, B. A., & Reed, D. D. (October 2014). A within-subject comparison of three delay discounting assessments: Different procedures may assess different impulsivities. Poster presented at the 15th annual conference of the Mid-American Association of Behavior Analysis, St. Louis, MO
  • 2012 Best in Show Poster Award (2012.) Kaplan, B. A., Partington, S. W., Reed, D. D., Roma, P. G., Hursh, S. R., & Miller, J. R. (October 2012). Elasticity of demand for sustainable products using hypothetical purchase tasks. Poster presented at the 13th Annual Conference of the Mid-American Association for Behavior Analysis, Minneapolis, MN


Mentee Awards
  • 2016 KU Center for Undergraduate Research Travel Award ($500): Christopher Cintron
  • 2015 Mid-American Association for Behavior Analysis Student Paper Competition: Brent Kaplan
  • 2015 Undergraduate Research Symposium Presenter Award (competitive selection): David Szczucinski
  • 2015 Donald M. Baer Award for Basic Research in Applied Behavioral Science awarded to Joshusa Harsin
  • 2015 KU Libraries Images of Research Award: Shelby Slater & Amel Becirevic
  • 2015 Doctoral Student Research Funding Award ($1500): Brent Kaplan
  • 2014 Ruben Zadigan Undergraduate Research Scholarship ($1500) in Environmental Studies: David Szczucinski
  • 2014 SEAB/Division 25 (APA) Dissertation Award: Jonathan Miller
  • 2014 Donald M. Baer Award for Basic Research in Applied Behavioral Science: Merritt Schenk
  • 2014 APA Graduate Student Travel Grant: Brent Kaplan
  • 2014 McNair Scholar: Merritt Schenk
  • 2014 Undergraduate Research Symposium Presenter Award (competitive selection): Merritt Schenk
  • 2014 Undergraduate Research Day at the Capitol Presenter (competitive selection): Merritt Schenk
  • 2013 Donald M. Baer Award for Basic Research in Applied Behavioral Science awarded to Marjorie Cooper
  • 2014 Best in Show Poster Award at the 15th annual conference of the Mid-American Association of Behavior Analysis, St. Louis, MO. Yanagita, B. T., Becirevic, A., Kaplan, B. A., & Reed, D. D. (October 2014). A within-subject comparison of three delay discounting assessments: Different procedures may assess different impulsivities. Poster presented at the 15th annual conference of the Mid-American Association of Behavior Analysis, St. Louis, MO
  • 2012 Best in Show Poster Award at 13th Annual Conference of the Mid-American Association for Behavior Analysis, Minneapolis, MN: Kaplan, B. A., Partington, S. W., Reed, D. D., Roma, P. G., Hursh, S. R., & Miller, J. R. (October 2012). Elasticity of demand for sustainable products using hypothetical purchase tasks. Poster presented at the 13th Annual Conference of the Mid-American Association for Behavior Analysis, Minneapolis, MN
  • 3rd Place; KU Graduate Research Competition. Kaplan, B. A. (March 2012). Egocentrism over econtrism: The behavioral economics of environmental decision making. In KU graduate research competition, Lawrence, KS
  • 2013 KU Undergraduate Research Award ($1000) awarded to Andrea Phillips (Advisor: D. D. Reed)
  • 2014 KU Undergraduate Research Award ($1000) awarded to David Szczucinski (Advisor: D. D. Reed)
  • 2013 KU Undergraduate Research Award ($1000) awarded to Merritt Schenk (Advisor: D. D. Reed)
  • 2012 KU Undergraduate Research Award ($1000) awarded to Marjorie R. Cooper (Advisor: D. D. Reed
  • 2011 KU Undergraduate Research Award ($1000) awarded to Rebecca L. Campbell (Advisor: D. D. Reed)
  • 2011 KU Undergraduate Research Award ($750) awarded to Brent A. Kaplan (Advisor: D. D. Reed)
  • 2011 KU Undergraduate Research Award ($750) awarded to JohnMarc Skoch (Advisor: F. D. DiGennaro Reed & D. D. Reed)
  • 2011 KU Undergraduate Research Award ($750) awarded to Laura D. White (Advisor: D. D. Reed)
  • 2011 Donald M. Baer Award for Basic Research in Applied Behavioral Science awarded to Brent A. Kaplan

Accomplishments

Notable Achievements

Recognition

An Award winning team